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From inline to float and vice versa. Is it possible? I don't see anything immediately obvious in LyX Functions.

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closed as not a real question by Marco Daniel, Joseph Wright Jan 7 '12 at 21:16

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The LFUN or even sequence of LFUNs to bind a certain GUI functionality to a shortcut is often not obvious in LyX. In my answer to Shortcut for “vertical space” in LyX I have described how to determine the LFUNs, which probably would help in your case as well. – Daniel Oct 16 '11 at 19:39
-dbg action doesn't seem to work in the Windows LyX version, unfortunately :( I will try it tomorrow under Linux. – Alexey Romanov Oct 16 '11 at 20:36
Alexey, are your referring to -dbg action in particular or on how to run lyx.exe from a CMD console in Windows in general? I am pretty sure that it works; on Windows it can however be a bit difficult to locate the LyX binary and run it from a console window. – Daniel Oct 16 '11 at 20:47
I have run it from console window with no problems, but it doesn't recognize the -dbg action option: the LyX window appears, but I immediately get a new prompt in cmd.exe. For that matter, lyx -help and lyx -version don't work either. – Alexey Romanov Oct 16 '11 at 21:27
IIRC, under Windows the true command line version is called lyxc.exe, whereas lyx.exe is a wrapper around it that "hides" the console windows. So maybe lyxc --help will give you any insights. – Daniel Oct 17 '11 at 6:39

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